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Networking

Science DMZ Research Network

All components in the Research Computing Ecosystem are directly connected to Internet2 via the Sun Corridor at 100GbE. Offering both friction-free zones for downloads as well as safe zones supporting the high bandwidth required for research collaboration. For more information please visit Internet2 and Science DMZ section in the Research Computing User Guide.

Brickyard VRF (Network Isolation)

Brickyard VRF is a unique environment developed by the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering as a separate network for testing and research. The network connection is more open, but is also a strictly controlled network environment where devices are restricted from accessing certain parts of ASU’s network. Access to this network requires a request and approval process. For more information, contact the CIDSE IT.